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Pressure Sudanese Government to Repeal Inhumane Laws

You first heard the story of Lubna Hussein’s struggle from PulseWire correspondent and citizen journalist, Halima Mohamed Abdel Rahman. Now you can sign a petition and take action to support Lubna, Halima, and the Sudanese women who are demanding their rights. Read More »

Happiness in a Dirty War

In one of the most perilous countries to tell the truth, journalist Lydia Cacho Ribeiro risks her life to expose the web of corruption behind Mexico’s escalating drug war. Read More »

"While our government tells the world we belong in league with developed nations, we have been declared one of the world’s more dangerous countries."

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Women In Their Appropriate Place: The Only Road

Will African countries ever develop? Will the continent ever experience the kind of developments attained in the Western world? … Read More»

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Domestic Violence: A Conspiracy for Silence

I can tell when a woman is suffering. I can see it in her face. She is distant or is slowly detaching from friends and family. She is scared of telling, because she knows she will crawl back. … Read More»

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THE GIRL CANNOT WAIT

The situation of many girls today coupled with current diverse global challenges call for an urgent RESPONDSE to collectively invest in the girl child NOW. … Read More»

Pakistan: Women and Fiction Today

With three acclaimed novels behind her, writer Uzma Aslam Khan undoes formulaic assumptions of her homeland. Read More »

"We felt suffocated by the nervousness about our appearing in public, but also by the cruel irony that some of the nervousness was justified."

Girl Revolution

The world is waking up to the fact that the greatest force for global change is growing up before our very eyes. Read More »

"When you begin to undo whatever negativity was instilled, you see they become a totally different species."

Betty Makoni | Founder, Girl Child Network, Zimbabwe

Plateau

Soname Yangchen’s voice—and story—soars in her new album, Plateau. A singer/songwriter of contemporary Tibetan mountain songs, she uses spirited, free-flowing lyrics and sounds to reflect on her lost homeland. Read More »

Club Native

Tracey Deer’s documentary, Club Native, displays a beautiful montage of strong, confident, and talented Mohawk women who have all had to make complicated decisions in their lives based on what being Native means to them. Read More »

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A Look Through Indigenous Eyes

“Wicked race”, were some of the words screamed publicly by a local authority from the opposition in Santa Cruz. … Read More»

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